Asked by Bill, Raleigh, NC • Sat Jan 8, 2011
I am a landlord in North Carolina and I have just evicted a tenant from a property for not paying rent. A summary ejection was ordered by the judge on Thursday, December 29, 2010. The tenant was given 10 days to either appeal or vacate the property. I just went by the property (today is day 9) and the tenant has vacated the property. A non-running vehicle has been left on the property. Tomorrow will be the 10th day since the summary ejection was orderd. At what point can I have the vehicle towed/removed from the property? When I do get the vehicle towed can the tow fee be collected from the former tenant?
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